Professorial Lecture: Simulating the sublime - 09.06.10Date: 9th June 2010
To address his disappointment with the limitations of photographic and film reproduction of vast landscapes, in his inaugural lecture, David is referencing the work of aviation simulation companies to explore the use of immersive and collimated visualisation. At an early stage within a period of research funded by the Leverhulme, David will describe the initial investigation, the ambitions for the project and the potential difficulties of attempting to co-opt advanced technology within his practice.
Date: Wednesday, 09 June 2010
Time: 6 for 6:30pm
Location: Furnival Lecture Theatre (F9130), Furnival Building, City Campus, Arundel Street, Sheffield S1 2NU (view map)
To book: Places are free but must be booked in advance. Booking form link.
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After the lecture, which will end around 7:30pm, guests will be invited to stay for wine and a light buffet served in the atrium area of the Furnival building. The rooms and gallery housing the Creative Spark exhibition will also be open for guests to view at this time.